This week at ICFF 2017 several luxury brands are opting out for bright lively shades such as blue, yellow and green. And we couldn’t agree more.
ICFF 2017 is taking place since yesterday at the incredible Javits Center in New York city, displaying the latest and most relevant furniture trends in the interior design industry. After roaming around the event we found out that this year, several designers and luxury brands are opting out for lively, bright colors such as blues, yellows and pinks in their collections. And we couldn’t agree more to be honest.
If you’re in need for some color inspiration there’s no better way to learn than with the world’s top luxury brands right? For that reason today we decided to share with you the ultimate color trends that were spotted at ICFF 2017this week to help you create the perfect and most trending interior design.
Baby Blue & Green
Furniture brandBernhardt created a minimal exhibition using colors like grey and white as a base pallet and bright blues and greens to provide a certain balance and delicateness to the space. Materials like dark wood were placed to accentuate its minimalist design.
Driadeselected a statement, flame orange in this unique chair design, creating an elegant yet fun piece to look at. Such object would look perfectly arranged in a white or bright-hued interior designjust like displayed at the event. According to Pantone’s color report for 2017, this shade is also something you should be using.
Lighting brand Allied Makercreated a stunning exhibition using rustic decorative elements such as light wood, cooper, brass and stone. This color combination results in a relaxing, harmonic design where the green of the plants and the pink of the roses determinate a new way of living.
Outdoor furniturebrand Kenneth Cobonpuedisplayed Lasso. A unique lounge chair made in wood and steel, painted with a stunning terracotta brown shade, representing solitude and comfort in the best way possible. This shade was often spotted at the event and it can easily combined blue, green and grey.